One of the things I really like about rust is the idea of macros doing the work at compile type instead of having to parse and handle errors at runtime (i.e. println!).
Looking through the template libraries though, there appears to be two camps.
- The liquid based ones where html templates can be maintained by designers, but are parsed and error checked at runtime, and
- those that are parsed and checked during compilation, yet one has to write the pages using a custom syntax.
Is anyone working on html macro templating for some input that might have come from a web designer?
Would anyone else be interested in a library that does this? Anyone want to work on this?